Development of new heavy-duty nanofiltration technology for re-injection of produced water in off-shore oil field production.
Developing a novel ceramic filter element for continuous electro deionisation (cedi) and to develop a new cedi-system for purification of water, utilising this ceramic element, intended for operations at high temperature and pressure.
Development of a new technology for the refinement of fish oils to create higher value added products based on advanced ceramic membranes. This process will be developed and validated by experiments at laboratory and pilot scale and optimised in an industrial test unit.
Development of controlled pore structure for applications in the area of hot gas filtration
As oil fields get older they produce increasingly more sand, gas and water. Conventional technologies cannot solve these so-called 'tail end problems'. The aim of this project is to develop compact, efficient separation equipment to solve these problems.
Design and industrialisation of an innovative process for controlling the level of alcohol during wine production. The process will be environment-friendly and provide sugar recycling.
The purpose of the project is to investigate the economical feasibility of cleaning young and aged leachate wastewaters by using membrane technology - reverse osmosis and nanofiltration.
Uf is an effective and economical method for treating emulsified oily wastewater. It is also a physical treatment process for removing contaminants from oily wastewater. It can be used to comply with strict environmental laws, as well as provide a first step towards water recycling and oil recovery.
The main subject of this project is the investigation of the improvement of membrane filtration processes in dairy industry by application of new developed process, reduction of membrane fouling and enhancement of the process economy.
To develop a robust ultrafiltration and nanofiltration watertreatment installation based on ceramic membranes.